A new residential project is coming to Pacific Coast Highway in Long Beach. Thousands of apartments are going to be developed on waterfront properties along Pacific Coast Highway at 6500, 6615 and 6700 East Pacific Coast Highway. The sites are now occupied by parking, offices, and the Marina Shores shopping center.
Each year, Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia’s Building a Better Long Beach presentation provides a showcase of new and future developments coming to the city. This year’s presentation revealed plans from Onni Group, Holland Partner Group, and Carmel Partners.
The project will bring a total of 1,360 housing units as well as commercial uses on sites.
Onni’s project, Onni Marina Shores, will be a retail complex, consisting of two five-story buildings offering 670 residential units above 4,000 square feet of commercial space. The Long Beach Business Journal reports that Onni Marina Shores, a follow-up to the Vancouver-based firm’s under-construction Broadway Block development, will be a fully market-rate complex.
The second project, from Carmel Partners, will bring a new six-story building containing 380 apartments, 71 of which will be set aside as affordable housing. Plans also call for 4,800 square feet of ground-floor commercial space. The project will replace an office complex and surface parking on the site.
The third project is from Holland Partner Group. It will replace the Congressional Place office complex on the site to bring 303 residential units into a six-story building. Out of the total, 13 units will be set aside as affordable housing. The residential units will sit atop 3,390 square feet of ground-floor commercial space.
The estimated construction timeline has not been announced yet.
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